If you’re not careful about the apps you install and the user agreements you agree to, you could be giving your information away without even knowing it. How can you download and use apps safely? And is there a way to do it while keeping your personal data private still?
In this post, we will give you the information you need to properly donate or recycle your Samsung or iPhone smartphone so you can clear out the clutter and feel good about it.
If you want your videos to look their best, you need Adobe Premiere Rush. Adobe’s editing program, now available on phones with an Android operating systems, will allow you to create stunning videos for social media and general video storage. No matter what you use to edit your photos now, Premiere Rush can be your next all-in-one solution if you are wanting to capture content, edit, and push it to your preferred platform, all on your Android smartphone or iPhone (iOS).
Use AirDrop, iCloud and USB cables to transfer media from your iPhone to your Mac.
The Samsung Galaxy is worth all the praises it receives and more. To keep it short, Samsung is known for its design, software and innovative camera technology. With an infinity screen, seamless button interaction and two speakers on either end of the device, the unmatched design of the S9 won’t leave you wanting more. Google’s… Read more →
If you have an Android, GPS is likely already built into your phone. So, your Android can help you navigate, stay safe, learn about the weather and more. In order to offer you these perks, many Android apps track your location.
Believe it or not, a lot of your iPhone’s applications track where you are. Some applications
monitor where their users are and then sells the location data to advertising companies. Then, marketing entities can better serve you content based off
where you go and what you like to do. Although this is an invasion of privacy that can be harmful, worse things can happen when apps have access to your location. If a criminal hacks
an app, he or she can get ahold of your important data and steal your bank account information, know when you’ll be away from home and more. As a general rule of thumb, you don’t want your apps to know more than they have to know. Many users decide to let their apps only see their location while they’re using its features, protecting themselves and their sensitive information.
Smartphones are one of the most ubiquitous devices in the developed world. Over 2 billion people own one, and the United States is one of the leaders of this, with seventy-seven percent owning a smartphone. Android is the most common operating system used on smartphones, with 75 percent of the market using it. The operating… Read more →
And Avoid Them in the Future Some rivalries are legendary … Whether it’s Coca-Cola and Pepsi, KFC and Chick-fil-A or Android versus iPhone, certain things are seemingly meant to compete. When it comes to the battle of the smartphones, Android holds its own. Each year, Android accounts for a significant percentage of smartphone sales. Users… Read more →
And Avoid Them In the Future Around the world, 1.3 billion people use Apple devices. Although Apple offers lots of devices, from TVs to computers, one of their most popular offerings is the iPhone. In many ways, Apple’s smartphone is like a computer, camera, television, phone, music player and more in one device. Since an… Read more →